I went into this being not sure of the shape, since while I like low button height and back humps with a flare out, this has \/ shaped sides which usually messes up my aim. After a couple weeks I'm sold though, it's great for claw grip with a locked in feel.
I think the difference is that unlike something like a g305 which has very \/ shaped sides that run the entire length of the mouse, the Atlantis' start off pretty flat near the flare out and gets more aggressive towards the front. With a curled finger claw grip with pinky and thumb in line with the sensor it feels very stable and comfortable though with no cramping, and the locked in feeling it gives helps a lot with something this lightweight.
Taking off a star though for the skate layout and lack of coating. I've never had problems with uncoated mice, but this has a eggshell texture that's more for looks than grip. The mouse feet also don't extend to the widest points on this mouse, which gives it a lot of wobble on softer mouse pads. Lamzu must know this since the Atlantis comes with really good grips in the box, and dot skates which you can stick on the four corners of the "X" shape on the bottom to get rid of the wobble, but it turns them into bandaids instead of bonuses.
Other than that though I love this thing, I don't think I'll be looking for another mouse for a long time.
One of the best color variants of any mouse I've come across. Sticks with the usual bang-for-buck that Lamzu provides with this lineup.
honestly a banger mouse. I have a Tenz Starlight Pro and it's pretty comparable in terms of comfort and size for me. Actually I feel like this mouse has better clicks all around compared to the Finalmouse. It's much lighter than a gpro x superlight, and the 5 gram difference between the Starlight is pretty negligible. Love the Matcha colorway, not many people have subtle colors like this so it's always a plus for me.